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sag

1. verb (of shoulders, jaw etc) drop2. verb (of roof, structure) sink, bulge3. verb (of skin etc) hang loosely4. verb (of spirits, economy) weaken, lessen5. noun fact or amount of sagging6. noun sagging part7. noun fact of becoming weaker 1 verb (of shoulders, jaw etc) drop INTRANSITIVEtit verb  c m uher shoulders sagged thit a guaillí 2 verb (of roof, structure) sink, bulge INTRANSITIVEtabhair uait  c m uthe roof was sagging under the weight of the snow bhí an díon ag tabhairt uaidh faoi mheáchan an tsneachta
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3 verb (of skin etc) hang loosely INTRANSITIVEthe skin sags loosely on their arms bíonn an craiceann ina liobar ar a sciatháinthe cover sags after a while tagann ligean sa chumhdach tar éis tamaill 4 verb (of spirits, economy) weaken, lessen INTRANSITIVEtit verb  c m utéigh i léig  c m uthe demand has sagged tá an t-éileamh tar éis titimmy spirits sagged chaill mé mo mhisneach, tháinig ísle brí orm 5 noun fact or amount of saggingstangadh masc  c m uligean masc1  c m ulúbadh masc  c m uthey're prone to a slight sag d'fhéadfaidís stangadh beagáinínit counteracts the sag of the rope gníomhaíonn sé in aghaidh ligean na téide 6 noun sagging partstangadh masc  c m ulúbadh masc  c m uif there's a sag in the underlay má bhíonn stangadh san fholeaganit hides all sags and wrinkles ceileann sé gach liobar agus roc 7 noun fact of becoming weakertitim fem2  c m uísliú masc  c m uthe sag in sales an titim sna díolacháinany sag or surge in the current aon ligean nó borradh sa sruth

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